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Till DAILY KVKN1NG TELWI.'AVII. JPIIILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER H, Ififil.
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WEDNESDAY. PKCKMimU 14, If 4.
The If aa tf (be Wr Dpnrtntat.
Tba poblie will ltarn with unusual pleasure
VuU Ue rrportt of Secretary Btanton't Intended
Tesigantion reports that grew out of a transient
111 nest, th result of overwork arc altof-othcr
aafouailfil. Mr. Stanton will eoatinne to lit
ebarie llic arduous duties of bin position no long
as b Khali tiare strength for the work. No man
Ui the Administration bu had a more anerous
and dilllrnit task than be; no ono lias had to ile il
with more novel, t implicated, and emNtrnissine;
ciiirsiion ; and no one has bail to moot auch a
variety of wills, or to dispose of sadi a man of
iuipnic tu iiiilo snptrcstioris in he hi', in hi Inter
course with the numerous olllwra atnl aients of
the army; hat it is doing nw injustice to others to
any I tin i no une has dim hai ticd hie duty with
((renter promptitude., energy, discernment, and
justice.
As an orpinircr of war, Mr. Stanton's eminence
la such tlnit it baa suiiestco! to eotnnctent .iudKos
a comparison of liia name with that or fjiiriioU
11a baa answered the two chief roiiisitoa of bis
positim during a great war he is tliurimphlr
enVient, nnd be ia thorouiiuljr honest. Ilia
method has been iu porlcct, that since he entered
tiio War Department wo liavo ceased to he ir
complaint of lacs, of Mippliel. lleef, bread,
bw, clothinir, owilor, sunt, sliell, (inarms,
wbatever an armv baa wanted it lmi bail, at tno
proper lime, in tbo proper tiiiamilica, and in tuu
proper place.
The public ha si areely had orrnsion to think
what an Immense Immihss luis ol the war utile
a; the ililMeuiues huvu been so enrupletclr over
come tliat we huo nut ihinii;bt of their existent.
ilut consider what it is to Imv and denpat. li sup
plies of all kinds for an army of half a milium
men, opcriuini; on u lino a thousand miles 1'in;',
at a distanrc sometime of two hundred mtUs
from their depots; consider what it is to keep on
hand relays of animals, stores of eu'isi-lcn.-e,
rei-eives of troops; to maintain all as near as
jwssime at toe various points wnore tue iuic
mutations 01 war may wuho mem necessary
And tben consider that to organize this vast hu-i
reus, to select trustworthy and capable agents, to
discover and oust rogues nnd iueapalilui, to put
everywhere the right man in the right place., to
keep the reins in tbe bands constantly uud the
Um going to do all ibis is to perform but a part
of tbe duties of the Secretary ol War.
For besides this he must select tbe ablest com
manders for tbe various armies; be must give In
mind to the plnns of campaign presented hy these ;
be must oversee tbe whole held, and bis quick
eye mint de.cct and bis stiro baud punish every
default of duty, every piece of neglect or iuvtli
ciency by which one of a tbottsand subordinates
may imperil a campaign, or cnue tho lniluru of a
inoviintnt. More, be must be ready to repair
lisati rs, wbien aro Inevitable; to foresee em t
peucics, to appreciate and reward merit, to m iin
Uiu dihcipilne ; ull the endless and niiiltiiiinoiis
details of the, most numerous army ever krpt in
tbe Held most pass through his hunds.
All this, for tnreo years, Mr. btauton has done,
and done so well, that tbe nation owes him n
heavy Uilit of gratitude lor bis faithful nndablo
service, llis power of organisation, which w
have likened to C'arnot'x, is a singular and rare
quality, lie has exerted it to tbe utmost; and be
lias tot, in bis performuneo of bis responsible
duties, spared himself No man iu the country,
K-rliRps, has uiaile so many peron;vl vuemics as
r. btanton; his manner is lriisn,iie, if not
abrupt; be deiiues witii such rapiui'.y, thtt, in
the multiplicity of business, he cinnot heln but
make a mistake sometimes; ho lias tho impa
tience of trillers and of petty grievances natural
to a man of active tempeiament and decisive
character, overwhelmed with affairs of real im
portance, litanies this, he Is apt to bo a Utile
sarcastic in speech, he is a lover of epigram, and
what is called in New England "short tempered."
With Ihcse qualities lie has an irrepressible
contempt and hatred of self-seeking; bo is capa
ble or banging a fraudulent contractor, or of
cakbkringoutof hand an ambitious incupahlo ;md
be is lens than any American statesman, since
Andrew Jackson, a politician. lie neither knows
nor practices tbe arts by which politicians seek
to conciliate favor ; bo knows how to sny No,"
and bo says it, on occasions. In a way which docs
not admit of argument or discus -iou.
A man, such as we huvo described him, unsel
fish, honest, patriotic, cnpublo, peremptory, aid
self-willed, may offend many individuals; bo
iay rct-orl at times to methods more arbitrary
than tbe cireumst inccs require or justify, but bo
k an Invaluable tenant ti any nation, und par
ticularly lo such an one us ours, In which good
natured complaisance is the vice of rulers. It is
creditable also to Mr. Lincoln that hn bad dis
cernment to select, and firmness to retain in oilier-,
a man of such capacity, courage, and f.iitlu'ul
aess. JV. I . 7. ten 1 111 I'uit.
CITY IHTELLIGENOE.
lAMu:itot a AVu kino The sidewalks wen
ka a dangerous state this mornin.,', thrungh thj
qn amity of Ice formed on them, and walkin,
abroad, especial y If you wcro In n hurry, was
attended with considerable dinger. We iay
several feats of ground and lofty tumbling, end
might have seen a great many more, d motlcs.
bad not many of our citizens, flood ri ini ir tan
like, sprinkled n-lies over th atlassy sidewalks,
thus rendering them tolerably safe tor ped. stri
aus. So long as tho present weather lasts the
avalkinir will ncce-Mirilv be treacherous and dun-
cerous. and to wvoid t!ie tasuaitios that limit
ensue from such a condition of ullulrs, we rccoin
mend that the sidewalks he Knrlnklol liberally
with ashes or salt, either of which will uns,ver.
It will not entail a great amount of trouble, und
may be the me ins of prevuntmg many severe und
annoying acciucii's.
Tiir tf kiiman row n W v rini Works. The sub
jeet of piircboAim; Hie lierniaaowu W.iter Wot lis
by the city it now under consideration. I he
Water Works are owned by a coitiputy, m-sf of
the sunk being owned in New ior. Ihe-e
works were bni ' hi IH'il. under tho direction of
lleorv N. lilr'iciib tie. Tin reservoir is o.i I'aier
Milil'.un. and will contain il,n00,0i),) tullons
Tbe water is pumped' from this reserroir by two
hich nrossurn .-teiim eiv-incs into a stsnd-pini!,
from whlcli it H ows into a rcsurvoir noar M unit
Ally. 1 he conimny havn laid mil twyn.v miles
of pipr since tt, e wor;S were mini.
Sonr.iniNii Aiiorr lhNriNo. Among the
itv incuts of fie S- oatary of tho Navy wan one
which Is i.ot to the credit of American industry,
The bunting under which our soldiers fight and
citl.i ns hnrrah is not the product of American
hands. We re'y noun foreign factories for tho
nriuclnal mittcil.il ot whinh tin' iboiiiaiid ili-ioi
tbe H pu1 iic are couip oseil. How lon shall this
reoMach I ist i Mntinf.iotiifers of Auierii ii, sec
lo i: tb.il foreign looms shall no longer have the
nionopo y of pr. dui ingtoe huntini; which floats
from nur niait-bc.uls and ll.ig-st il.s, as tho
emYcm of our ass tiled yet surely triump'innt
aatioiullty. There is enough enterprise 111 i'htl.i
lelphia alono to correct this mistake.
Dkhmrvbo Aci'oiNrm XT. Mr.C. P'.vc rest, the
well-known and talented composer, organist, and
teacher of music (for fourteen years organist ut
ttic Ilrst l'roshytirlan Church, Rev. Albert
Dar ties'), liss becu appoinlcl itis ructor of mtisie
at the filrls' High and Normul School. Boine of
our aecoud class solo singers, and a number of the
trading artists and amnti urs of the Handel and
Haydn fSuclety, were pupils of Mr. Kvercat. Tue
aelrclion is a happv one, and we U el sure that
great advantages will accrue to the institution
therefrom.
Klectiow of Tmachbih. Mr. Oeorge M. Fet
ter bos been elected Principal, aud Mr. Corne
lius Everest Twcher ( Uomx, in the Oiis' uuh
tchiL.
The' Mrirhnnta ol Phllndi lphln to the
tllcro ol thr "Kmroiinrn.".
OH A SI) HAOll'RT ATTHK OOKT1K KRT Al- sr-KaontW
or carTAi wihsixiw, ai othkrs t. an
wasak Run aru bu. a. aoaaa'f Taiacra to
tub sno.
Those who entertain the opinion that ' rtrpablles
ar angratelul." should hava N prsnt last errn-
lnrut the niaanllioent banqnM (riven to Captain
V lasi.ow, the hero of the Krormrg, wno pat to
rest forrver that picourite of American rommcrec,
the Aiakimt. Captain W li. arrived tn the
rity ln on Mnndav nleht. lie raine horn at the
mireut invitatiuu ottlm Jlimni of Trade, thrnuib a
innmllteo. eonslut n tit .1 tut Mii.i.ikkn, .Iamks
t. IIaiiok, Kumi an A. roi)K, InocNron
Pitow. 7(lttKW U'iikfi mt, Kmis., proraiueut mem-tit-r
ol tln board ot Irsot..
Last eve n nir, at tup Continental Hotel, an
In prnniptu tanqin't In hnnnrot i amain Winhi.ow
was vnlleii u)i Iit iiicinl'Ci H ot the I rulou l'tru'1 and
the Poiird ol Tiitde. it was oneofttie liiie-t haii
(in la ever served at the Couliiienlul. I lie tililn
whm lailen Willi tlie llliest di'tieseien of the pea-on,
nnd everv ellorl was miiilc hv those In dnirire lo
render ttita an extraordinary entertainment. At
tlie head ot the tali emit Mohtok M( vikmaki., and
n hia riarlit aut ai tuln Wixhuiw, the Kin-a oi tho
evrnlnr. at Ida leil at tile lion. hlMol Cami uiu.
Ainouir tl.oe prcai'lit were Conimodnre lltil.l.. ( om
nicdom IIokf. I apta-.n I, iihih, ot the Nnvv. Ma.ior
(o'lu rnl ( AOWAI AOi.K, ol the Army, T. Ittx iia.iah
Hi an and (Miiiua li. IIokkb.
MiiHTfiN M AticiiAKi., Ks(., piraided, atidln open
tnir read a letter Iroiu Mayor II knkv, who was ex-peuii-il
to preside, cxciI'-iiik khiiiiselt irom lite duties
on account ol a severe cold. Mr. Mi-MiciiAKLMaifd
Unit lie had just arisen irom a sick bed, and notliinv
but a iu iihc oi only to the country, and ttie roie't
line the diatinvuiaheil yuet ol the cveiuuj, could
hava iirevailed upon Inm to hi piescnt. .Mr. .Mo
MifllAPI. coneludeil by oroposing the health ol
I lipiam Winhi.ow, wlocll wusili.ink a:anililiC.
( apt. Winhi.ow arom , amid-t loud uud long con-
liiniea apulaiise.
pat:cu or capt. WINSLow'.aJwiajaKisaia
III, 1 -111 upt. V'lNsl.ow spoke ns In. low..;
Mr. t huirinuii and a-rntieiueii : I nm dcely jiuti
ficil hi tula reiinilkatile isHicptiou, but. 1 Im-;', betore
liuikiuir any tnrther remarks, that reeeiinr tlie in
vnstioii lioni tiio ltourd ot Trade, ot rtiiladcipliia,
to liernmc their guest and receive a banquet, to
slide that It should ho altogether iiiipioinptii. J
ex 1 1 fled to msi a iiuiiiler 01 u ntleiniii, hul It stems
to ine tliere is a larger uuiniM.-r preieiit taaii i could
lllive Hlilleipnted.
) nur cliiorniun has nieetion d mv tinne tn con
lieel'on wnh tlie hturi"ir;it and Alitnwt. I an
pii.aiih that siil ject Willi a gieut dc.'rce or dilli
iienee. 1 penorjiieo an linportHiit part tu that
action. I take it lor granted that yon have all
learned I lie particulars ol that eiivauiuieut. The
London Vimra tiiul ho fpoken ot the AUtb oot as to
represent her ss Hie heat ol her class, and in every
r-spect capuhle ol meeting the A'rurii-e. hhe
was ciiiiiiiihihIi d, as yon know, hy t aplain .-KMMts,
whose Instoiy is well know n lo you all. I need not
slop to iiciftil the account ol tnu action winch oc
curred ott't lievhntiig. It was fining that it ahould
occur at such a time and in such a war.
It rhowrdthe Itritieh nation that the I'al eil States
navy was espowertul ontheaea as nur soldiers are
upon ttie html. I wish here to relate an ainusini; 111
ciilt nt about one 01 the seamen 01 the A 'ir.i' 1.1 e.
Alter Inintiiig, ho was accosted hy a l''rciiehtnnn,
wlio amd, "Ho you have hud an eiicngeinent otl't h-r-tmiirg,
in wliivb von were inmost lieuicnr'VIo wliicli
luck repl ed, "Ves; and tlie reason ot It wasthut
wl.ile the otlieers were alt Auieneans, tlie crew were
all l.iinii' limeii. i liai's the reason why we
m ut hei to the hotloiii.o ((.rest aiipiuio.e.)
Cuptain Winhi.ow ata'ed that tsiili beloro ami
uller llie uetion, tlie oltici rs ol h.s vesyl were i.ivor
ahly tlcatcd by the better cliihs ol the hliL'llsn fwonle,
'I lie gallant Cuiilani coiicliined Ida trriel addrcsa
with a short ski tell ol the lluht (s t vera his ship and
tho plinle AlttUtnm. Alter lie sat down, deiieral
Cam i- iion intnle a lew remarks, and he was loilowed
by Iiiomah ili'i'ii..VAN Lkaii, who read a spirned
piiein, coinpo-ed during llie alleinnou. nur fellow
ciilen, tikoiioK II. IniKKic, also read a oapiual lyric;
and and. es.ies were uiaile by seveiul uthor penile
men; nlhr which the ceremonies ot tho evening
closed, and tlie curst retired, well pleavcii witu their
Interview Willi llic heroic ihiajw.
All vob tub Baku or tub Moi staciie.
A monstaclic ie nn ornniucnt to tlic human face
divine, under ordinary circumstances, but when
it is drenched in a cup of smokin.g coffeo, or
emerges dripping from tbo cream, as Vonus roso
from the sea, tbo nearer of it is placed in an em
barrassing position. Moustache codec cups have
hr,n sold in stores for many years. Those cups
have a portion of the topicovcrcd with a bridge,
in which there is an opening whence tho bove
rugo finds its way down tho throat of tho drinker
without sailing his hirsute nppendago. Hut still
further accommodations tor ttie mousraeiio nsvo
been provided. Some enterprising individual has
invented a sroon having for. its object tho samo
as tbut of the cup. When soup is taken, unlc-s
tho cater thereot is uexterous, ana "unaersitnus
bis business," bo is apt to preBcnt an uninvT'ing
spectacle, aud becomes a viry undesirable addi
tion to a small but select dinner party. Koneo
this spoon. Tho bridge ovor trie cctitro prevents
tbe disnreeablc riihiilts nllnded to, mid aupportg
the nuihiaciio in its passage over 1110 savory iuou.
Tho bridge may bo made permanent or remova
ble, and can bo attached in a lew minutes, ami
by any common niccnanicai uevicc. wu.it uext :
Umied States TjNivonii. Tho recent cold
snap bus brought forth overcoats of all shapes
and cuts, and of many of those exposed in tho
slrtcts, a large proportion aro similar in Btylo,
make, and material tu those furnished by tho
fioveri.iiicnt in fact, are "army ovci-conts" to all
inunts end purposes, except ns to the wearers,
l'ersoiis who have not been In service should be
tMicn.ely cautions in purchasing, or wearing
suili ovet coats, or any portion of the I'uitcd
Suites unitorm. No person has any right to
wear or become possessor of such uniform c.'oth
inir, unless by in itial service in tho army ; and for
the information of those concerned w publish
tl o siction of the act of March :i, 113, bearing
upon the niatlor : mcVfMH5
' flT!lnll a. Ami be II luriLi-4' tllatltil tlirtt Ihft r1i!hf;
aiuif. leilitioy i.iiitlt. uiul a' ei iilrt-iuenls, rurulii;ui uy
i lie t uiicil htati-H lo any a ililier. U"ll no'. ic tvlJJ-itr-trteil,
rjl,irt;;ft, , ,';fl, loiltitit, Oi itiri ,jirn i: it'l l
no f 'rn-n. tint a tolitteir a dull aitCii-rnni e.vrcr
ihe f mini s7irj, who hat j'o ie ul" uu such eletli
leu, ajuil. etc., fli It Inn? iitu ttjht, fi.'c, oi- m.'fs, ,t
tUn-tw; Put lli san c may liv ner.nt an-t ftUi u, w'e rever
IdiiiiU ! any crtlcer el te o I lilted Mates, uml
the iosmi.sl,,ii ol any such eloilius, armi, r military out
flt. or aveull4-lll.UN. till it ptti tun no'. l wlUu-.r of lite
I mint ,sod j, nball he coin rii-iVeviilclitu ui' such sale,
buriiT, CAi liaiinc, pleural, ; i:wi, or gui, as i,uesa;a.
Wkmikll l'ltii.i.ii ' LEnrfUB. Next JSa'.tir
day evening Wendell l'hiliipi will deliver a Loe
tutc. The subject will lie "Tho Situation," nnd
the Place of dcliverv tho Academy of Music.
1 he leetuto will bo given for a charitable object.
The theiuii is extremely fertile in suggav;(0ns.
ami mount fail, from Its mode of Irea inen'. bv
the lecturer, to bo of Intense iutored, lo tho vast
uudli ncs which will bo usscmoiea.
llihToiin ai, Sociktv. We trust our readers
will not fail to remcmUT that this evening, at 8
o'clock, Colonel W. W. II. Davis, of Daylcstown,
re ids a paper beforo the Ilisforlc.il So;
IN ncsylvaiim, on "Tho Siege of M inis
Society of
t land,
S. C." Colonel Davis Is a bravo soiuicr ami a
good ecliolur. All who attend will be interested.
Fiuk. About half past three o'clock this
morning, a slight lire occurred ut llij Moyamen'
sing Hull, on Christian struct.
Km ovJtAor.vti:N i' oi Aiit. It hit ol'ton been
to us a matur of surprise that In I'hiladc'.phia,
which can boast of more couuoissettrs in tho line
arts than any city in the I'uion, thcra has not
been tome systi rniitic plan adopted for the propur
eneoiirHuemenl of nntivo art and artists. Wo are
led to these remark Ir.iai a visit to No. t!J2 I 'lies
nut street, where liicro 19 oil exhibition iSl oil
paintings from tho A oerlcan Art (Jallcry, New
Vnrk. an institutl on sunported by New l ork con,
noisseurs, where artists uf merit have the privilege
of leaving pietuies on exhibition to bo sold iu the
n.ii.iiniiul sales, und where every inducement it
held out in the way of tame aud (wcaniary rcwurd
to produce woik- of merit. This is tuo proper
way tu encourage arte-ts, und we hope ero loug
our eiti.ens w ill lane me ui un r iu uunn nuu
tstflbUsh a similar gallery In this city. We have
artists hero of great talent, but lack system to
thoroughly duveloo It.
To ail lovers of art we would s.iy visit at onee
Ibis fieo exhibition, as the collection will bo dis
posed of at public sale on to-morrow (Thursday)
i ru),uu, ramruny vvcuuiga
lioiLRR Km't.oaum. This morning, about 0
o'clock, thi boiler in the bone-bollinA- establish
ment of Edward Monk, at 'Whitehjall, on the
Frankfordereck.txploded with a teVrinc cmh.
The force of the explosion wai so) great as to
corrfpletely destroy the bnldlng. Of (the nnmber
of employee! on hand at tbo timi all escaped
unhurt, except a boy named Ooorge Sears, who
wan badly Injured aliotit the head and body,
being cut with tho falling ruins. D e was picked
op and conveyed to his borne. Tho boiler was
thrown in tbe air and carried a distance of three
hundred feet from the spot wbcro the building
stood. Tho los is estimated at about 67000.
Bkrioi b Ciiakok. Thlf morning, an Indivi
dual K'fR tbo name of William II. Moore,
hailing from New York, wai charged heforo
Alderman Cloud with enticing a young girl,
aged fifteen yenrs, to leave her home. The ac
cused, together with tbo female, was arrested at
the railroad depot, in the act of faking their de
parture for New York. Mootc was sent to prison,
and the young lady restored to her parents.
DisobI'Eiii.y Cusiirn.-James Ljye, TV.
Devinc, and James Murphy wcro arraigned be
fore Alderman Hunter, yetfrday, charged with
disorderly nnd riotous conduct. It seems that
about a week or two since tbce men wont into
a tavern on Lehigh nvenno, and amnsed tbem
sclvtB by breaking glasses and lighting among
themselves-. They wcro held in .fflOdO each to
answer at Court.
Thk Ai Mr. or Trumt tiok. This Is the nni
vri.al vardK-t tlven to tho Unnnca Bfwlim .Machine
wt:rcvar Introduced. The ohieciains lierehifure to ntlier
flrst rlaa ginn! Mar liim a have all heeu overcome in llie
Kluieore.aiid ivarylxslyla dsllitml Willi tha beauty of
Its wick, as well in the ilmpllolty and ease of Its opui a
tlom. It nukes no tasa than four separate and dlntlrot
atilrhea, vi.. :- l.eik, knot, double lock, ana dsutile knot.
Kneh atiteh alike on both sldea of tha rahrlo. 11 aluo hua
Uia ravrraablt feci motion, era'tllnj the oiralor in lasten
on the i ndi of seama or stay any part of a aeam without
atupplnji llhe mactilne, ttii nby sarlna ruucli hand tabor.
Xl aidea, II has a nuiforiu leuaion of thread, and does not
ranulre alteration In obaosmi! from one kind of work to
another. The anent lor tlie Company, at No. 11.10 Choanal
stnt, challeiiKoa eompartaon wMu ail others. Indeed,
when such comparison la made, tha preierenca ulwaya
goea Iu favor of tun Florence. Every maehlne warranted
to sire entire satisfaction or money relumed. Ko chaise
for Instruction, whether jou wish lo piirehase or not.
Circulars and samples of work lent by mall on re.-clpt of
ataaip. Ufflce, So. 10 Choanal ureal.
Till: Mnnrt. Man.
BV TIIR BASD OF TOWRS UA'.U
It Is a pleasant task to seiin
'ibose trails tliat make Uio model man.
Whatever hladesrooi
In the piofesslun lio tmrsnoa.
lie diilnna no other plan lo use
'Ibun that ofhonoety.
Iluty and conscleneo always fit
1'be aide be takes In polities;
Ills pair.otlsin truo
Would acorn to have the fattest Job,
Whose prolita would hie couolry rob
Of auslit mat la its duo.
(leiitlo and courteous to his wire.
He shuns nil mau-lmonlal strile,
And, If with chlldien blest,
1'nkos careful pnlna to rear them ao
'I bat all who meet with them will know
1 he :r training was ttie best.
Neatness and taste hla looks express,
Ilut iirudenco rulea Ilia course no leas.
And, while hla sarh ta thouyht
To be remarkably Kcnlcel,
The cost hul lightly does bo feel,
For 'tis trim Uknett bought I
Our aaaorlnient ol Keadv-rawlo Clothhiu Men's,
lonth'a and Hoys' Is now fuU and conmleto, com
prlslns the eboleeat atvles ol goods Uio market alTurds.
Wo hare determined to ctost out our Wintks Htock at
KltDi-cKD I'nicFS, wiucA btloto the rtitit nt ithteh it could
Ae replaced.: 1 hose accustomed Ul wearing tuio clothing-,
made to unh-r. will ttnd among our at(H;k garments In
every way eipial, at prices so much lower, as toastoulsb
tho uninitiaitsl.
Towtta IUll, Ko. 518 Market stre-t
lttKNirr A co
Ciiii.dbhx'h Ci.othino. An clcgint assort
ment at M. Bh'emaker Co 's, Ho 4 H. Eighth street.
The Uichmoni) J'.inuirrr, talking about tiio
"Vaukee prlaomra of war'' In that city, and their dottl .
tutu condition, says that ilia l'odcral liovernoeat ahouM
havo nioite p. a binding duty toc.othe these soldiers. To
our somewhat practical Northern mind. It appears that If
the potr fellows only got llielr clothing, they won't he vary
particular about tbe bindlug. for wo rune observed at the
Ctoth-ng House of Charles Stokes A Co., under theC intl-
nentul, tliat there is as much tlotbiug to d without the
blndihi,' as with It.
Ijiiiks Awn Ciui.iittiN's Bats. Latest style
at Cliailis Oakford A Hua t, Conllaental HolsL
"Wikdow SitAnr.s. l'ersons purchasing sbades
In thtlt tiniet of high prices wl 1 tavo money by at onee
;oiiigto the uiAiui'artarcr who la ao well and favorably
known at W. IlKsgy Pattks,
Ni. 1408 Chrtnut street
Cakd. We would call the attention of all
lovers of the line Ant to tho apodal sale of llronzea
Ainrhlc H atuaty Parian and Ilonemluu (ilasswarn, to
be hiihl at the tau t rooms of 11. Bcilt jr., No. tiii Chesnut
Street, on Thursday niornlii next, Villi lust , at 11 o clxk
precliely. Tho colluctlail euibrates tumo of the most
ehti-tc and raro designs, among which we nutice lloii'itla t
celebrated piece reprcncntlng Hoy aud lioc, Itacchus and
Adrianne, hy Krancitcl ; fine bronxo flguree of Columbus
and Cortes, Italian musicians; Boheiuiaa glassware, Ac.,
all ol wblrh have been carelully teloc ed lu Europe by tlie
Messrt. Vlll llrotliers, and to be told wlthoat reserve.
Parties w ishing to adorn their parlors with books of rare
merit will do w ell to call aud exam'ne.
Latum' Furs. An elegant asuortmeut at
Cbajloa Oak ford a Boa t.Coutiaeiual UoteJ.
GaoiuiK Stlok A Oo.'b Tianos Atst) Mason At
II (Ml 1 W'S
nAvn i omhm:t oucansi. cvnivprp
VOIHKa.. Ovw MSI of each of thsse flue In- OKllNSl
rIAbU . alruiueiila lumlirn siUbtsr. esiiutr
VOtt'ri.S.i li..and the camand la ausunaiulr oiltriXNS.
PIANO ircrvAstog. i-Ar.iisar
KiKTr.1.: IrorsaloonlvbT imiaNS
flANO J E iniTTIJ), l.'AIUNitr
HiaiKs.l aevonlhaudChosiiulstreola. tiKiiAbt)'
CrHIIIONR. FkW, T1IIII.E, AND SoCA Cl'SUIONS,
cstiuiates glveu.aud work done lower than can be atTunkd
by any other ton. a. W. Uiiaiu' Pai ras,
So. lie Uhvsaut street.
GrNTt.miFN's Hats. All the latest styles at
Clarice Oaklord Boa's, ('online aul IlutoL
If vot Want to oi t inn 01 A Cot.u.useatunuo
Dr. Jayne t r.&iceiorant.
Do Toe Know Dean has removed to No. 413
Chesaut street.' lie tells Tobooto, Cigars, Plpoe, ac, fl.lt
per cent, last than aay other man In this elly. lieiuouibar
AMaa, 'o. 4tl ChOftUOt atnsst.
I'l iisoNB who couteinplute having photogmphs
made for holiday presents stiould call at B V. R'.'luior
curly In tbe day, and avoid tho crowd. UaiU-ry, 2(o. ti'i(
Arch strict.
ri'jtcii aseks may rely upon getting tha best
'ius atC'baxlet Oaktorda Son's, Continental ilutol.
f'ruoi sistiiNO I'l'itNiTi nr.. Old and New
Furniture rpLoIatcrod and Varnished in the very best
uiaauerat W. naNKV Fatihk's
West Knd L'pholetery fc;stabhsbBaent,
So. ItOS Chetnnt street
To Isnrs.iiAi.in UFmNsivitNB&s. In many
foiros we uto dllinfecUrg ageatt. Impart breath, oaused
by bud leetb. lobaceo, tplrita, or catarrh, ia nentralUed by
Hotodoat. Tit a healthful beautifler, autl a groat luiury
aa a dentrldet. Tbo repulsive breath It by Its usort n
dored at Iragrant as a rose, and tcidatta by frit-udt or
lovera will bo ao longer avllted.
avid y all ilrutn,
ANII.I.K UAI Tir.R,
f Miata neri ssais),
t'pea tha trniaftil history ol whom tbe younger Harass
foutded both tha eaelttuf novel and anpniar play, wbvcb
was arrant"! sad aaasted by Matilda liana for tlx Ame
rtraa ataet a ad hy bar permUsloa asirForvned
This (WeAneaday) Evanlng,
At tha Walnut Street Theatre, by Us) able, jrtmng, and
la-oi IM actress, ;
V lea Loal Ue WesUra,
atlsa I.nrllle Western, l
Who appeara In ibis great character tn-mat, for llie last
time, and by reiiues.
CAHIIJ.R;
Or, Tl fate Ufa Cmiii'le.
b'.tract from Ael II. J '
aTKS ASH SI.
cr.,. Ah, CamlUe, can yo ft rgtve inel
C.ii, Ho you deserve It V Wbydld yen wr to mo thai
rruel P iterV Tou have biade ma IU.
Aim. W hat would you haveme ilof I aw the Oonnt
de Var llie enter hero tho very monacal you Aio ridme
wj. I knew not w hat I did. I ruh) acaroc hellevo
m.v eyes. I wrote that letter sent II. Kiavlve me, then,
and remember, famine, thrash I bare known you only a
few days. I have loved you two years.
f'nia. Armaad, from the nrsi hour I met yon, I have
nenrlshed tha thought of passing tlie summer with ywi,
lar Irom Paris-far from tho work. I said to my Mir, at
the er.d of three months af hla enninanlnatilp and care, I
w 111 be rentep d to beallh and feaoo of mtnd. 1 WIU try to
win liia frle ndehlp-lH! wormy of Ms eeteem and, on our
return lo I'aria, Instead of tbe hollow hearts and aerpeat
tongues tliat crowd around n.s aow, Armand tha I be my
only friend, (ro'.eetor, brother! And to I dreamed, and
dreamed, untu that letter woke me I We must part. My
position forbids roc seeing you again, aud every thing fox-
tiils nit loving yon.
.(.ii. famine, you m ver loved c, or UieOinnl had not
been hero to r.ighL
Com. Another reason why you .hould mil kne mr. Yori
have position, Iricmla, honor he irue. I hare neither. I
am young, guy, reckless, d.iarats--mv name the porl
of ery tongue In I'srls. It you sf kuow me, take what
b geod of me. and leave the rest. '
.(cm. It was not thus you talked at hour an".
Coir. True. 1 have reftcf ted since.
.Irm. Ctmllle, I kive yu. The feo'ing that I enler aiu
for jou has b come a part rf me. atdeaiiny hung npon
your love. Thinking I hud won It, I soared upon my liopca
beyond my httclit, und It Is In fulling- from them Uiat 1 am
erurhed. Since It It so, Jet as part, fare well! Tou do
not lov e me.
(Vim. Oh! yon know lUwhal yon say. Stay! I wonhl
speak to you, but dare not. '
. m. Hpeak, iTumlllel 1 listen.
Cam. Araiand, averv heart hat its silent hours, anil so
hat ailm ; ant In ifcose Injurs 1 om a tit and think
ih re is a ha pier life than tbo one I hail, II I rotild Dot
Riot It. Ami ihereaif momui ts when visions of a future
tlilaeioss niv hiatn 1 tr.ink If I can land a charm to
audi a lite aa' this, aad win the admiration and resueeiol'
the wortlih'St erowil sho T.llow me, w hat would tt be tu
the satred eirele ol a home, ainoua those wlio loved and
elieristnd n.er Can surh a future be in store lor me, I
akl Ami men Uio past hprraila o'er me like a pall. A
merry lauibburtts (urlb In mockery, aud iaingaf ucajj).
Aim, l loon.
Com. liav MlnwH day- and so I live. 1 havo admirers
lovers. If you wile- the first In the'r vanity, the last In
Ihcir ei-leeiu. I- rioml s. too, like Mtulume l-rua-eueo. Ana
so U.o tide of tlmo glidts on. low came, and with von
many nn nnlold hope. 1 heard year voice - I saw your
tear- ano built nr lahh tieon your love. Then J dreattcd
el lapp.t.es, ol t' pe. I oor iflter came next, and with
It c ute reproach, I wo rears auo I last tieard reproach.
A poor, friemllrao. alekly girl, illsmisied witu lb. at w irld.
had dared to entisr Itie atiode of p. -ace the charmed eirele
of s.clrty. Whatever her hlhtory had ocvn, long sutferiiig
hail purihrd her thoughts her heiot was pnro slit iitnmt
riefi.ore. Hut "O' lely was outraged. With iron band It
tiling her from Its store, and lift her beat onlosa upon the
sea where she Is wrecked !
jtrvi. T hee words aro not lor me.
Cum. o; but tli.tr. words aro tor me. i.iint to
er'C They warn nie of another blut. I know mv
sately. and will not i o,-il It. Why should I, and lorwha''
IVr jceri, cojio niiit, and scorn: o, no, uo-l have tried
that. That Is v our way, tills Is mlue.
.'nter N a sink i'-ti, uith a UU c,
A'oa. A letter, Mudeuioiaellc.
Corn. W ho sent It V
Aon, 1'he Count e Van llle.
Arm. i -Suitilrnli. iSi'the Count de Varville! Now,
Camllle, mis Is the unn-bslono or your worth! My tile
sour A'. no-, hag upon vour answer !
Cahii i v. tears I'lrr attti throict it toirara Nanini-.
Vain, tltveblm tlin I
( Vlirotrt hemelfim Aiiwasd's breast.
DRY GOODS.
KKSS (iOODS
Kill (BBIHTMA8 CUTS.
Saxony Ilrcit GoHit redueoil u '17 c
lo
uo
do
ds
iss-.
do
on
Jnc.
peilhlt width Lustres, do
All Wool l ashnicrc 1'laoli-, M, 't.
IliebHles do do fl'ts)
'n rls I'lald Popllnt.
l'reinh Meiln-.es.
Solid Colors Popllnt from late Auction Rnlet, which wo
tie i Iosiok out at
itr.irut r.ir ruie.no.
Cl'KWKK RTOnnAHT IlllOTMKIt,
Not. 4. 0, 4W, sad ttl H. MECONIt Hiroet,
t Alsjve W tUuw.
JJE OOTJESEY, LATOTJKOADE & 00.,
No. ('ll t'UKSNUT KTUKET,
ARB
CI.OHINa OUT
TUJ'.IK
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
ia lo it or
MEN'H AVI2A.ll
FAR BELOW GOLD VALUE.
CTHll'KD IilUJOlIK SHAWLS,
O Its lll'OEH TO .).
r.lat set Hhawls. all Htyles. reduced In prh-eg.
ixitig broeue Ht.au is from lute Auction dales, at
llKlt KO I'ltlCttS.
PITIES HTOODAKT it DtlOTIIER,
Jios. 4(01, 4.VJ, and 4.-4 N. eHJCONI) Mneet,
U-lS nt Above WUJow.
IVRE k LAN DULL,
F0UP.TH AND ARCH STREETS.
MERRIMAC CALICOES,
At 44 Cents,
1 AfeT (JOLOHS l'OH
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
NEW DE LAINES
TOE CHRISTMAS.
45 CENTS PER YARD.
1;CONOMY! COMFORT! TASTE!
It l.l.MB' OVUl tlAITKIIK,
OVKK OAJlElta,
OS RR tlAlTURsl.
ALT. RIZ1-.B ANO COLOKS,
Wholetalt and Itetail.
I IMSU H. 11I.'LH.S11,
XEUCIIAM' TA1LOII
Avn
OVER tlAITKIt MAKVKACTI'KliU,
AiO. Mil Is . r I HI Ml II SltKbl,
ll-D-llil 1'IIII-AHKl I'MM.
J10LIDAY TUKSKNTS.
O. HUHHUliLi,
Ko. t N. SlVfll Street,'
Would inTott allentlen to Lis t toe li of fine American and
luiiHiried
WATCUES,
la noli aad tllve.
GOLD JEWKLHY
of Hit latest atyka.
IlANDbOatK H1LVEK WABK.
warranted r- r cola, ., aaltablo for UoUday presents.
O. KCSSELL,
U 10-t.H Xo. M N. H1XT11 Btroel.
tTOBPORTSMEN.IF 61 WANT TO
I Make al'brlsiniaa rresent eatl at IIIOMaH Hiui.'lf
A SON'H, Aueiiuueera, lllu CllhSSI T Hlroel.on Krldav,
UieKiib Intiiuit, at I'l o'eloct. ami aurMbait a tuier!i
JsOTTTOftHAM AMD 8W1M
TaACES,
hbw nt tu.
Vtt 1
4'IIKHHT
ansa as .
WINDOW KIIADli No. aa
EELTT,
AERINQTON 4 00,
CneVfaTfT am Bar
BW RfTIJISI,
AT TUB
aiAWti'ACTi'BKaa
PIANO COVKRS,
LAin.tfr rrcH it m thk citt
at low raiossa.
triFHNIT
HiaBKT.
r". i j' I'i1 'A in n
3 Hnii;tig:iitMi
K I) C C T I O N
FANCY VELVET AND SILK
II O M IS 10 T M ,
TO CI-OHK TIIK RKAHON,
WOOD dt CARY,
No. 7."i C1JKKNUT HTIUSIuT.
UDIES' AND MISSES' HAT3,
N K W H T Y L EH,
1C W FS1CL8,
VELVET HOsPsma nn' e over oo tbo latas.1 rs-no
ataraiederete rout. IKLT BOHNBTS AR1 TIATS BB-
BIIAPEL'.
WOOD & OAItY,
Mo. V OIIKUSTOT BTIUVrt.
A L K A V K N i
C
I. E. H ALUAYO,
Snccceoor lo W. rj. farajl,
IfANONIC UAI.I,
V
n
n
INo. 710 CHKSNUT STEBKT.
I
Oflert Complete Belt of
' BROOATELLE
LACE CURTAINS,!
N
N
8VITAKLB tOU
CHRISTMAS mESENTS.
S.
INO. 710 CHEHNDT 8Tni3KT.
AMUSEMENTS.
M Kit. I CAM ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
LOhtrt and Vanasssr JOTtS T. ford.
i Al.o, ot lbe IIuIIIUht fttrect TbeaUe, llaliimore: lord t
new Tboatro, natblugrao; and Uie Aitiaouria, niimj,
Bttc Manager rfuua ftasmni
TUUUHDAT AN11 MtlDAV IVF.NINOfl, Do. 1'j anil 10.
CU W 1 S FUHHCST
wlB reader lilt srent and unrivaled ImiiersooatloD,
-i ll a. tAiti'isiAL, jun.r.,
Inliiilarer's celebrated I'lur of
It 1 I. II K 1. I E 11.
PAMITIV1.-I.Y 1'IAO K'lllillft OKT.T.
The play win bt iirudacf wllb triiry potsible advan-
wlu'. .,..wxrra
Ultll.M AlfTCAsf or CUAIlAOTKHai
MR. JQUX M'XLIXUUGH
ft! lie 11 an prat.
W lea ALICE CKAT
ae J tuK '
f OUKRHT R ni.tw-mni will i oaitiTalTcV.se
rilllMY KVliMhO, aOcce j itr .xj.
MR. VOHRRWT
WOKMAT. IT'KSDAlf, TIII'K-iUAT, ANI FHJJAY
if n. mi a.
dt.Tfl arni'DirT. m v iiaviI rif ADVAKf'B.
o atirfuruaiHia ca VV1U1.1UUAY tit bA'l UBDAT
THe llti Hnm,nr in aair at arsinra ruvoww, ww ftiD
be wrn ilia houra o' mttQ 4 o uioa
Ailmluwa, mi aim M utjina.
Skiipi I HaiB Mlcfiita adtliUoTiaL
CONC ERT II ALL.
TWO I'Kl.l llllATI-11 LKCrrntKS
. . . n , . iiwu u I. & ..( i,,l,nrr.
On Tl ESDAY and Tlll'ltm'lAy Eviniugs, llei-cmberl!!
andlti. all', oe!Wk. . ,
Kobifeta.l. "Tbe As of Hepublica; the fait or list ra-
Inrer" and 'i. "Tlie t'-uitlict ot principle i.
Tlit lady la lail, disuided, jouu.-, ajid hamworae.
nr
voiee is eliariiiinir.
Tkatls 'Jj emtl lo etch I.eetare.
Biuret, aud at Hit dour of toe Hall.
I'ur tale at Ilook
Tldt adulrablt Plctnrt, tko rrsatoal pndaotloB of toe
naiatu WttUT, la aow ta oiliibltioa ai Uio
ACADBalY OF FlKIt AKTi,
BaluaoCIieallUTatrawt,
Ttstotnar with tbo entire oollsetlon of ibt lnaOlutlesv
Admluaaoa.TWIJITT f IV UtKTg. UH ata'
.ORE AT NATIONAL CIRCCS, WALNUT
J Nireet. abose JBIOHTH. Dlrooaresa, Mrl.CUAOX
WiSMf. (foraerly aVrt. iAJ ','..
VOUMI NllOi.O, YllUMJ vtnoi.o,
tuk iiii?AT rnii.rt womk.b,
. 4hiiia Wan, nr.
will ariiar every Kverlns and in Wednesday and oa
Maturduy AOinuont li.it weA. llo Is iUiUicato, aud bat
nonvlcuthe TR4PFF.B.
The TAI.LM.N HKOTIIr UU. Uerr NirOLO, Metsrt.
uIm,oC.a llilTrillNSOSl. 11,0 H dKR WOO O Family,
air .a ur.. tou EIMI. Ura WAKNK.K-. tbe treat
u.... aor Ut.l.l.R: Mr. Atf. UriCKNair:
il.e 1RAIK1) llUHi fcAIOR BToaal: t-alJItUNie
l-t;HT lbe no KlJer of iheVVest. wl'l all aipaarUua
L ' li.iiii... a-rtfr... at .,, iterftirmaooo.
AI irllHMiOK. arat Tssr, Ml toalai Moua4 Tier, M
coins. PrUal.Moaes. fWaadi-'i
Pr rferiuaiioa ooauutacts artulBg, 7 0 i A fleraooa, is
C'l!aU tar? to all ouatxue, aid (ot tbdta soatt at
iat,
AML'SCMZNTS.
( IIFNTT KT. TIIRATRB
-IKt HI I' arTHFUT. A no V IB TWRLswra.
-K I It MINI,
l.raa.if. Attn naiauiim.
Tina
LABT WtEK
LA8T WCBK
LAST WFTK
r, a. sit v.v rc.ru
i:vp.xisso,
LAST WEEK
LfV8T WEEK
T.&T WEEK
l, r Wir.W.K
LASI
MlK 1. T Wi;at,la;
or TIIK
lHtlI.f.lA L' l'lttUIIIH
H1IU.J,1AM' TltlUMI'll
Jlttl M.lAeiT TIllITM
ltltll.ll ANT TIllt7MIII
llltll l I AlX-r THIUHl'U
l'lttl,I.IAT TIIUHPII
mill. i.i t i ttic .ti I'll
Mi vtd by hi.u' laolt s ttiri ling senaaliaaal Mi'tlary
lhama.la thrse aetJ. i a h ,
JhSSIE EEOWN;
.ILFiSlE BROWN;
jrssn:
ji nam
in;it v
rtso.isi
HIIO sj,
IIHOWRi
Oil,
.IKosJIld
itKowa,
ItllWNl
lt"tlW V,
IlltUsvajt
J cfsvl K
j rm K
JK.lllt
JAvhaiic
Til 14
lMJOICINOW,
IIKLII-:!' OI
IMCLIIOl OF LtCICNOW,
U.lA.r OK la I 14 NOW.
KKLIDl1 Ol' I. ( I KNOW.
It F.I.I F .V tV 1.1 l
Itl.ltllCF OK I.M I4.MOW,
wiVh drii ti tiAitt wi k fil ed tr.u 1 li'i'rf In ?
pan wi h bikJ t" Uitt, u o.nt of number MnJ irmt.
ntitiitr, wlti'i"! ill prfltOK tilr-mnhn f the Ortm in thtt
1 litnatrf1. .rry .iibilc n nm:l in llif i if v liM IfiviahtMl )
grttTrit p'alt i pon Its .ro(tMi ttoi,. Tn " -"t'r'r,' th
Ann-ricsn," "RiinritT Ti am. ript mni tbe ' BHutUy
'j imf "l liivi ail niiri''t, it . tin
JIOHT I.KII.LiaPT HI V r.ffS (IF TUB riUNDl,
WONT Hit I.MAT hl'f X HH K I ME hl's.MIN.
M in r hhii,ijaT si r. m ir thk i:hon.
lOST HKil.I.lAUT M H'SS (r TIIK IHKAS N.
'1 1 1 tlctnnt ami tMdMnz Druma, t plt aj It with
STAhli INO T A HIKA I) ,
BltAl'l IKt b f( r.ritY.
ANT) r.i.K'liiYl' MlrKIC,
bjori nil "titit, at tin rtry had vf
) It, HI'WI A( UIAR iMiAMA.
liia. i.Ar ,!(, i.s.iii.nAu,
THR ihtohmih r iiir, nmAH,
HIK HlOMtMi rr TUN KKDAJLT,
THE HlOhlhld OK 1 Hit HKDAIS,
TKaU H'i Oh Ml Nil OK 111. KJkDAJi,
la nlglitiv re'lTi1 wiin tlif ninnt
ITita arrne riiri'i-nt ttte b'-leail Kf tan Fort, th kr
to (., city o( Lin kn'W, with ntarvtiitf Kaairinon i.rarvlr
bold ni-f Its Ail liujit Miiaiwtrt to M iCU UIS tut
under lir Coihi i atu pi-e l, it tivnui tit dla'ana, lit
Fei.iTu ihitr.e the Irt,nul t'cn-tv nn-ma tu ibi mourn
i),tl( , ti ti tlo IJiviiitiJ rrn nn'nta ir. am) a ttisid
lAlll.K.At OK MCOHT AN1 IklMJ'H
ndn tlie tufi-t tnurnliiiv ami piciuhk iiratnaiu rictor of
Dtvuein clft'a, i incn is n iiit it
Lnrli-V ENCORItt)
by U.e txf teil nmliciK e
Tli K h,Vi:MN;H F.NTBRTAlNMr.NT
will r(iU''!iul v. iili, I'T tie first time In thm v'uj tar many
j.'r,Ki nit h' nieislnv: ihtv, hr .wn aa
i.iti 1 1 i tt ii r, n 1 1 i j . i .
l,tiH HrN YOIJ PAS.
I AUrll VilllsN lOU C&N.
Of.n.et;osinier Mr. Lftwi Dakar
Will DrtniuccJ nn Mom av KvaiiiMa;,
1 II K HI lul,illl,
on A-'rrwnAT Anr.uiO). niCBMnRn 17,
PRVKNTUKNTH l.UANf) I AU1LT IAaTIMBS,
when .ifH)K it i; uVN be vrulaasl for the tail tint
ai a Matinee.
n D k 1. 1. i' ii i 1. 1. 1 i' s
WILL UXTUKK ON
"Till; S 1 T 1 A T ION,
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17,
AT 1'HE AOADIMY OF MTJ3IG.
Tlt'KETB, wlih seats tccared (UlCentt.
To tho AniphlthcAtre 'Ut "
To be bad at PuKb's, Slnth. aad Chesnut streets; Callta-
der t.Tblrd and Wa!nm tiietts; Noodles', Two'flh and
Bacettreets; Vnlnn League ; aud, on Haiurday, Lbe 17ta
trist., at tlit Aeademy.
Proceeds cf the lioute will be for the benefit of tbo Ajy-
luta for restitute Aned i'Dlorcd People, and Colored Chil
dren of tlie District of Cjlsaibla, abandoned by their lata
owners and masters when thoy tied to Itebeldnui, 12-11
IKS. JOHN Dli.EW'8 1SEW AKCU 8T.
TMKA 1 111!.
llllltO HTSR OF 1. IS. I'LAtlKE.
'I H.UII Vi.lV. UK J. H. CI.AIIBlK.
Tllllill W KK OH- J. . CI.AKlvC.
TO-kH.ItT (Wrilnesday), Hrrembsr 11,
AAEIlYl'.UKV H HilEMl,
and
.10 NAT II AN IIRADfOKIl,
Rtrrltna Conn Uy and C'uinlc Drama.
f'l AKKK a., Major lie BnnU.
C'LAilhE a Cale'i Iscrliomldirv
FIIIIIAV, I'l.AKKK'H BK.Ial'11.
lionra niaii to 7 ; 'niiiiut'iicin at J j,.
Scale set iired tx days In advam e
7 ALN UT BTHEKT 111EATKE.
Tllia (Weifnesdar) EVKNfvn. Peeeosbor 14,
aiia i.riui.i.a wssisss
lltss I.Ui Ii. I. K wi:si Kits
AIIHtl l.lt ILi.B Winil'.ltN
will nppear lu bur sre.il luiiiersoiiatten uf
i: A S 1 L L L
lilt.
TIIK J-'ATE Of A COgl'KTTK.
T'l-Ml.llT. 10-illUUT,
I'AUlI.l.K,
Kor po.tnvh the lavtthne.'
On HtlHAY. I'.EM'.l'll ill' 1.1 C1I.I.K vfKaTFBS.
Bears may be nciind fr.no tills. t'urfain rlsaa a- ijj.
Exiiiv.irioN ok works of aux, roa
IbtBtMUT Of the
.'111, I Ml I Ats waaisai'is.
at the AiAlia-SII OF riNC ARl'i.
An Itsbltitilon or a rrtate t:olccilOD o. woraa n airs
In l alnUi.ta, Mi-alplnra, Waier Color, aad oilier Drawlewa.
Kiina.lojs, Ac, U aow ereo at tbe r.anaylTaala
Acailenjy of Flue Arts, ho. I1.J6 CIIKBSliT Hlreot. frasa
8 A.M. to 10 P. M., tor the benefit ol' Ut CbrlaOaa Ooiat
aiisaion. t
Auml.Slua JO eants; aeason -i icaou ou ceiaia. 1 l-wil
JTOls C'JIIMSTMAS.
WILL OI'KN
021 "WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBEB 14,
A Hri.ENDlD TAKIKTT OF
FANCY BOXES,
of Tin : Ij.vti- bt importations
BTEP1EN r. W1HTMA5,
U-10-ltrp
Ko. 110 MAKRrr BTRBET.
OFFICE OK OODKYS LADV'd BOOK
Kemi.ved (Yoiii No . a.'J ( lieeunt street lo N F.. corner
ol MATH aldCIIKBNU l' IStreeli January Nnnibor Just
j.ubli.1 ed. t -rice '.'.'i eei.ts. Wuliscrlpliun A3 a year. U
fCOTICE IT IS ACKNOWLEDGED BY
i.1 all I'ersont thai have hern under tbe Irtaliatw
J.r. IlAlibelT.tliat lie Is the most
" hi c iwsnj.. nivairriAN
In IMs city at yrve bis wboto atteiuioatothtiraatmoal
oi Heerei and lielicate DI.easet Pa. torn tulterlnx would
do well to call und consult I'r. B AMMEl T, wukli ihsy cut
do without cbarse at ti 1st orllco,
" At THK liRt'il STORE,
If , rU majrfCAKi'AjTER eUfiWi
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